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    Southern Steel remain on top with dominant win over Tactix

    The Southern Steel have shown just why they continue to dominate the competition ladder of the ANZ Championship with four wins and only one loss after defeating the Tactix in Invercargill last night.

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    World-champion wool-handler secures national titles

    World champion wool-handler Joel Henare successfully secured the national longwool title at the Northern Southland Community Shears on Saturday 20 January.

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    Tau sentenced- Ngāpuhi Rūnanga Board of Trustees to decide 'next steps'

    Northland iwi leader Sonny Tau has been sentenced in the Invercargill District Court today.  Tau was sentenced to three months community detention and ordered to undertake 100 hours of community work after pleading guilty to charges of killing or hunting a protected species and unlawfully being in possession of protected wildlife. 

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    NZ Breakers to play pre-season match in Invercargill

    It has been confirmed that the Breakers will play a pre-season game against the Sydney Kings in Invercargill on September 11 at Stadium Southland.

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    Ngāpuhi delegation commence 'secret meeting' with southern iwi

    A Ngāpuhi delegation, including Raniera Sonny Tau, have met with southern iwi at an Invercargill marae.

  6. Video for Speculation around meeting between Ngāpuhi and tribes of Invercargill
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    Speculation around meeting between Ngāpuhi and tribes of Invercargill

    It's understood a meeting will be held tomorrow between Ngāpuhi and the tribes of Invercargill following the allegations around Raniera Tau and the kererū.

  7. Video for Te Kura Wiwini, Te Kura Wawana - Te Wharekura o Arowhenua
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    Te Kura Wiwini, Te Kura Wawana- Te Wharekura o Arowhenua

    Te Wharekura o Arowhenua hails from Murihiku and proudly represents Ngāi Tahu, and this kapa is no stranger to the national stage.

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